The homes we build are simple, decent, and affordable. Averaging about 1,050 square feet each, Houston County Habitat homes consistently impress those who tour them.

Every week, the sites of our future homes stir with the activity of volunteer-driven construction. Some specialized tasks require us to hire subcontractors, but volunteers - many of whom have no prior construction experience - tackle the lion's share of work. Our skilled volunteer Crew Leaders teach newcomers all the skills they need to meet our high standards of construction. By involving people from all backgrounds in construction, we find that not only are we building houses, we're also building community.

Where We Build

Although Habitat homes are scattered throughout Houston County, we are currently constructing a Habitat community of 27 homes in a revitalized area of Warner Robins. To pay tribute the foundation of our city, the subdivision is called Wellston Villas and is located on Orchard Way south of Watson Boulevard.

We have a projected budget of $1.2 M to complete this project, and have already raised $600,000 to complete 15 homes. We are currently building at a rate of three homes per year and anticipate an annual construction cost of $150,000. We hope to accelerate our building to four or five houses per year which would complete the project by 2012.

In order to complete this project, we need the support of donors and volunteers across Houston County.
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